• Centre de Vacances

    On the south shore of the estuary of the Charente and a few steps away from the ocean, the center of the Fountain Lupin is a site of exception to discover, according to tides, the wealth of this ground, its history and its traditions.

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  • Angélique de Niort

    The history and making of 'Angéliques de Niort' (angelica liqueur, sweets, chocolates and sculptures objects). Groups can taste liqueur and candied fruits in our storehouse

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  • Gauthier Bernard et Fils

    From father to son for 250 years the Gauthier family has raised its Grande Champagne cognacs with the same care and affection as its children. These cognacs, when they are taken from the reserve, offer qualities rooted in a history of real expertise.

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  • Cognac Forgeron

    Michel and Pierre, the men of the family, entrust the visits to Francine , wife and mother. A born raconteur she knows how to bring cognac alive through its history an dits aromas and how to describe the thousand and one cares that are involved in raising cognac and pineau to works of art.

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  • Eglise Abbatiale Saint Pierre

    This "church classified as Historic Monument" is a pure jewel of the Romanic architecture. Its multitude of historiés capitals, its vaults of style Plantagenêt, its mechanical organ and the grave of his first abbot is to be discovered. Possible guided tours all year long by appointment.

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  • Maison du Patrimoine

    The patrimonial house reveals Saint-Savinien sur Charente with its museum of stone, its 12th-century vestiges, photos, maps, documents, miscellaneous objects... Its history, genealogy, navigation and ancient professions are brought back to life.

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  • Ferme Musée des Acadiens

    The Acadian line consists of 57 houses built in 1773 for the Acadian families who were expelled from Canada. You can still visit 38 houses built of cob, one of which is furnished and houses the Acadian Museum that retraces the history of the exiles from New-France .

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  • Donjon

    Built around 1040 A.D. by Foulque Nerra, the ancient fortress of Montcontour is an 11th century treasure famous for the wars and sieges that took place there. Bertrand du Guesclin and Geoffrey Martel also wrote some important pages of France's history here. Be sure to see the roof restored to its original state and the staircase which is integrated into the thickness of the walls. Wonderful view from the top.

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